Back in February I spoke of how Ashley and I were dedicating time to have day dates and enjoy time together whilst checking out little places local to us that are a little tricky with the children.
Last Friday we finally headed to Folkestone to explore the Harbour, Creative Quarter and enjoy some restful time on the Beach.
Folkestone has undergone an amazing regeneration since 2002. I instantly fell in love with the walk created along the old Folkestone Harbour Train Line, they have restored the Station instead of tearing it down and planted beautiful wild flowers creating the perfect backdrop for me to take some pictures of the sites and also my new outfit that I enjoyed wearing that day.
What I Wore
I have fallen for these Trousers, I ordered them last week from Simply Be, they are perfect for this warm weather we have been having as they are light and split at the front from just below the knee.
I kept the outfit simple with Saltwater Sandals, a White Tee, cute little pink earrings from Primark and the perfect Summer Shopper a Sun Jellies Atomic Tote.
Along the Old High Street I was so excited to find a treasure trove of Independent shops selling homewares, fashion, gifts and much more.
There is nothing I love more than shopping Indie, well I lie Shopping Indie in person is brilliant, I managed to meet some lovely business owners who you can see love the products they are selling.
Even finding someone who can make gorgeous clothes for Grayson, thanks to the lovely owner of Moo Like A Monkey. A true testament to why I shop Indie.
I couldn’t stop myself from making a couple of small purchases, if you fancy seeing check out my Shop Indie Highlight on Instagram.
The Harbour Arm
Of course you need to be able to enjoy a nice bite to eat on a day date and not only are there some great places along The Old High Street including the coolest cafe Steep Street which has walls of books for you to enjoy with a coffee but a short walk down to The Harbour Arm and you have a host of cuisines from all over the world from small independents all with a view of the sea.
And come the weekends the Harbour Arm comes alive with live bands and a buzzing atmosphere all with the Beach less than a stones throw.
I can not wait to go back, thankfully its only a 20 minute drive from us and has so much to see and do just the 2 of us or as a family, you can also get a direct train from London and be down by the sea in under an hour.
Do let me know if you come for a trip.